Graduate Student Day — an annual celebration, competition, and award ceremony — is the University of South Carolina’s most comprehensive showcase of graduate scholarly and creative work. Sponsored by The Graduate School and held each spring, the event provides students an opportunity to present their work to the university and the larger community.
The day is divided into two parts: morning competitions and an afternoon awards ceremony. Competition categories are:
The awards ceremony features Graduate Student Day competition winners, as well the announcement of numerous other graduate student awards. Proposal submission is now closed. Graduate Directors are currently ranking the proposals from their programs. Invitations to present will be sent to students chosen to compete in mid-March. The final program will be published on this page when it is finalized.
Describe your work and its potential value to society in a 12 minute research presentation. Audiovisual aids may be used.
Present your research in a format consistent with posters displayed at academic or professional conferences. Posters are judged on clarity of content, presentation display, and explanation of how the research impacts the presenter’s field and society.
Present your creative expertise in a way that portrays its significance to your field and/or society. Your aim should be to engage your audience to the point that they want to know more about your work.
Explain the essence and significance of your thesis or dissertation in 3 minutes or less.You are allowed, but not required, to display one PowerPoint slide throughout the presentation.
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